Learn. Grow. Lead.
Eastside Catholic offers academic excellence combined with a foundation for life. Families choose Eastside Catholic because the spiritual, moral and academic excellence delivered here offer unparalleled training for the world students are poised to enter, and one day lead.
The middle school offers a small, community-learning environment and a nurturing setting during a time of great personal transition. Students are encouraged to think for themselves, test their assumptions and develop sound learning skills, all setting the stage for high school success. The holistic curriculum includes not only rigorous academics, but also essential life and leadership skills. Our middle school students enjoy a smooth and successful transition to the high school. Learn more about the Eastside Catholic Middle School program.
In the high school, the academic focus is on preparation for college and beyond, with a challenging curriculum and ample opportunities to develop leadership skills that will serve students throughout their lives. All students are offered extensive college counseling services and 99 percent of EC High School program students matriculate to a four-year college program (2018).
The program includes a seven-class academic schedule with additional, optional classes offered outside of the regular school day. Students may also choose to expand their learning through electives including AP, honors and UW in the High School (UWHS) courses, or in areas of personal interest, such as the arts, computer science, robotics, marketing, accounting, journalism and more. Learn more about the Eastside Catholic High School program.
Personal and Spiritual Growth
Encouraging each student’s spiritual growth is an essential part of an Eastside Catholic education. Prayer services, celebration of the sacraments, leadership retreats and service projects are all part of our campus ministry. Catholic faith and traditions are central to the school experience, and are celebrated in a way that welcomes and affirms all faith traditions.
99% college-bound graduates (2018)
More than 30 AP, UWHS and Honors Courses
12 National Merit Finalists (2014-2018)
44 National Merit Commended Students (2014-2018)
Four out of six students named 2017 National Merit Scholars
joined EC in middle school.